User accounts are initially created with a default disk quota. Occasionally
more disk space may be needed for data intensive applications. If you need
more disk space, you should send e-mail to email@example.com
requesting more space and
why you need it.
The AFS command "fs lq" will tell you your disk quota (in 1-Kbyte
blocks), how many of those blocks are currently used, the percentage used,
and the percentage of space used on the disk partition that you share with
other users. Note that this command will tell you this information about
the AFS volume that your current working directory resides in. If your username
does not appear in the volume name listed with this command just "cd" to your
The UNIX command "du" will give you a block count and an idea
of how much space is being used by a individual directories and files. See
the man page for this command for the particular workstation you are on.